#4 Hall of
Fame closed at 7F at Churchill to get up for second in well-bet career debut
and now stretches out to a route for Asmussen and Rosario for what should be
the maiden win.
exacta box with #6 Funnyflame, who seems to always settle for second and
therefore is the perfect exacta horse. Exits two straight seconds here at Fair Grounds
at this distance and adds blinkers today to try to get over the hump.
filly whose odds are a value-packed 9-2 on the morning line. Her first three
wins were earned against Oklahoma-breds at Remington including two state-bred
stakes wins, but she has already stepped out of state-bred competition
successfully with her six-length stakes win last time out, which brought her
record to 2-for-2 in two-turn races. From a pace perspective, she has shown the
ability to go to the lead and never look back while also showing that she can
rate and doesn’t need the lead to win. Her speed figure elevated last time out
into the range of what it will take to win this race, and if the track is wet,
she has already won on a muddy track.
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